CYC Theater Presents the San Diego Premiere of Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men
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The last date listed for Aaron Sorkin's A Few Good Men was Sunday April 25, 2010 / 1:00pm.
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Aaron Sorkin's "A Few Good Men" was masterfully performed. Shaun Evans' direction maximized the talents of both the expeienced professionals and the young people in the cast.
I was especially impressed by Joshua Pinkowski, Samantha Vesco, and Jason Marks. The difficulty of the myriad of scene changes was no problem for this well rehersed cast. They did not miss a cue.
It was a play full of wit, drama and high tension by the California Youth Conservatory.
A great show, I look forward to seeing these thespian stars of the future perform again soon. Mahalo CYC for a wonderful afternoon at the theatre.
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Saturday afternoon's performance was a special treat having sat in the jury box. The young actor did an exceptional job. The Tom Cruise character was the must talented and amusing along with the Demi Moore character. The third however talked with...continued
CYC Theatre presents the San Diego premiere of Aaron Sorkin’s riveting courtroom drama,_ A Few Good Men_. This award-winning Broadway play about two United States Marines on trial for murder was made famous by the movie production starring Tom Cruise and Jack Nicholson.
This production stars Patrick Hadlock as Col. Jessep and Josh Pinkowski as Lt. Kaffee.